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The Guardian says Conservative insiders are adding weight to reports the PM said he would rather see bodies pile up than lock down the country for a third time. It says the PM is “faced with fury” from the bereaved. Elsewhere, the paper reports the new sentence given to British-Iranian mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in Iran and demands for an inquiry into fines given out during the pandemic. The paper also celebrates its own success at this year’s Oscars for the short documentary, Colette.

Guardian Front Page 16th of July 2024

Donald Trump criticised ongoing legal cases against him as “witch-hunts” despite his recent pledge to unite the nation, addressing these concerns during a rally and in preparation for the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee.

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Guardian Front Page 15th of July 2024

The United States is reacting after a gunman attempted to assassinate Donald Trump during a political rally in Pennsylvania, resulting in a dramatic increase in security and stirring significant political and social tensions.

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Guardian Front Page 12th of July 2024

Policymakers and campaigners have condemned proposed water bill increases for England and Wales, criticising the water industry for showing “contempt” towards customers through alleged poor service, sewage dumping, and leakage issues.

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